amplitude response

amplitude response

[′am·plə‚tüd ri′späns]
(electronics)
The maximum output amplitude obtainable at various points over the frequency range of an instrument operating under rated conditions.
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1, the amplitude of eyeblink responses to CS- remained quite stable over the five blocks, whereas amplitude response to CS+ increased significantly from the third trial block onwards.
In a wide comparison among adaptive algorithms, parameters of antenna pattern, amplitude response, error diagram and BER are studied.
6-25 MHz at 100 kHz steps, of which the amplitude ratio was recorded as the measured amplitude response that corresponds to the resultant at [T.
The maximum out-of-band gain is a ratio between the amplitude response maximum (which occurs at a frequency outside of the NGD bandwidth) and the amplitude response minimum (which occurs at the center frequency).
The five completed wells of the program to date have all intersected an oil bearing reservoir in the Birkhead Formation, all of which were targeted using the amplitude response on 3D seismic data.
An ideal filter will have an amplitude response that is unity (or at a fixed gain) for the frequencies of interest (called the passband) and zero everywhere else (called the stopband).
Frequency response is the sensitivity specified over the transducer's entire frequency range, more properly referred to as amplitude response since the phase response is rarely specified.
KEF wanted to extend the Uni-Q's frequency response, obviating the need for a second super-tweeter, and also in reducing edge texture distortions, smoothing the amplitude response, and improving the already excellent radiation patterns.
Hmax] was initially defined as the acceptable M wave variability that would minimally affect H reflex amplitude response variability.
Note the flatness of the amplitude response and the low insertion loss.
The amplitude response and phase may be found from equations (1), (2) and (3) as;

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